Anna de Guzman joined the Butler Institute for Families in September 2008.
Ms. de Guzman is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a Bachelor of Arts in English and is working towards a Master of Arts degree in Research Methods and Statistics at the University of Denver. Her previous work at the Institute included managing the Institute’s technology needs and providing support for staff and during trainings; implementing marketing strategy for all non-mandatory trainings; and coordinating all activities related to the operations of office management.
Ms. de Guzman has several years of experience with designing and coordinating research and evaluating projects, including implementing data collection and management protocols, conducting qualitative and quantitative analysis, writing reports and peer-reviewed journal articles, and presenting research findings. She has experience with various software programs for data management and analysis, including SPSS, R, ATLAS.ti, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. Her current work at the Butler Institute involves coordinating longitudinal evaluation activities, analyzing data, and writing and disseminating findings for the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute.